Differences between the American and Soviet systems of gov’t (714) Satellite States/Nation and



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1. Describe the differences between the American and Soviet systems of gov’t (714)

2. Satellite States/Nation and examples (715)

3. Cold War (715-716)

4. Iron Curtain and who coined the term (716)

5. The Truman Doctrine and the first example of this policy in action (716,721)

6. Containment and why George F. Kennan thought it was a sound policy (718)

7. The Marshall Plan and reason why it worked (718)

8. Why does Stalin blockade West Berlin (718-719)

9. The Berlin Airlift and its effect on US-West Berlin relations (719-720)

10. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the idea of “Collective Security” (720)

11. The Warsaw Pact (720)

12. Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) (722)


13. Mao Zedong (722)
14. How does Mao take over China in 1949 (723)

15. 38th Parallel

16. How does Truman get troops committed to defend South Korea without a formal declaration of war (723-724)

17. MacArthur’s counterattack and why it works (724-725)

18. Stalemate and how it relates to “Limited Warfare” (726)

19. Why does Truman have to fire MacArthur (726)

20. Southeast Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO) and examples of member nations (727)

21. Besides China becoming communist...what other major event happened in 1949 that shocked America and how did we find out (728)

22. The H-Bomb: why we got it, when we got it, and how it created an “Arms Race” (729)

23. Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) (729)


24. John Foster Dulles’ policy of Massive Retaliation (729-730)

25. Dulles’ policy of Brinksmanship (730)

26. Nikita Khrushchev and how he differed from Stalin (731)

27. Two examples of communist bloc nations trying to get out from under Soviet influence (731)

28. The Suez Crisis and how Eisenhower dealt with it (731-732)

29. Eisenhower Doctrine (732-733)

30. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and examples of its covert operations (733)

31. Sputnik I and why it shocked America (733)

32. The two things congress does in response to Sputnik I (733)

33. The Red Scare of the late 1940’s and 1950’s (736-737)

34. The Federal Employee Loyalty Program (737)

35. The Smith Act of 1940 (737)

36. The House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) (737)

37. The “Hollywood Ten” (737-738)

38. Blacklisting and its impact on Hollywood producers (738)

39. The case of Alger Hiss (739,741)

40. The case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (741)

41. Joseph R. McCarthy and how he fueled the Red Scare (741-742)



42. Margaret Chase Smith (742)

43. What actions does McCarthy take that ends McCarthyism and effectively ends the Second Red Scare (742-743)


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